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Kim Adams-Tattrie

Kim Adams Tattrie of Tide Head is revered for being the first New Brunswicker to win a Professional Golf Association Tour event. Among her impressive achievements spanning from 1991 to 2005 her success on the Provincial, National and International circuits makes her one of the most decorated female golfers in Canada. But it was her first place wins at the Canadian Professional Golf Association Women’s Championship in Tornhill, Ontario and the Futures Tour in Lakeland, Florida in 2003 that will be remembered as her crowning achievements. Kim was inducted to the Campbellton Sports Hall of Fame in 2015.

Enrolled into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame May 27, 2017

Quick Facts

  • First New Brunswicker to win a Professional Golf Association tournament in 2003
  • First place in 2003, Canadian Professional Golf Association Women’s Championship in Tornhill, Ontario
  • First Place in 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1996 North Shore Championship
  • First Place in 1996-1998, Provincial Golf Tournament
  • First Place and Course Record in 1998 and 2002, Grand Falls Ladies Invitational
  • Was inducted into the Campbellton Sports Hall of Fame in July 2015.
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